My prefered workflow is a calm, intent based, highly detail orientated process. Often times projects are laid out in a […]
Among the backroads and unmarked trails of South Australia, tuck away, there is a freedom of remote living. It’s a […]
A One Tree Hill residence back in the 1800’s called the Homestead – “Tenafeate”, this is an adaptation of a […]
The film, commissioned by NITV, was produced by Wankangurru / Adnyamathanha woman Lavene McKenzie and was filmed over forty-one consecutive […]
No Black Seas is a specially commissioned exhibition of new works by artists from Ceduna, a South Australian coastal town nestled on the Great Australian Bight. The exhibition addresses the artists’ cultural and personal connections with the Bight and the impact that drilling would have on country and community; sounding the alarm for an issue that is not only theirs but all of ours.
First Peoples sovereignty has never been ceded – not in 1788, not in 1967, not with the Native Title Act, not with the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
I’m a big fan of one thing doing two things or even three things. To date this was the most […]
The timing of this worked out perfectly being in Perth for the Exposure Mentoring Camp on the invitation of Glenn […]
One of the best parts of being a photographer is sharing that passion with others seeking to upskill their game. […]
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that this gallery does contain images and voices of people who have died.